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crave |krāv|

1. feel a powerful desire for something.
2. beg for something.

craver noun
craving noun 

ORIGIN Old English crafian (in the sense ‘demand, claim as a right’), of Germanic origin; related to Swedish kräva,Danish kræve ‘demand.’ The current sense dates from late Middle English.

Admiring His strong frame and controlled passion, i crave Him.
Desperately needing His hands on my body, craving His cock inside of me.
Commanding me.  Governing me.  Dominating me.